Interesting Chillies to grow from seed

Chilli pepper seeds:-

Interesting and hot chillies to grow from seeds. Some of the hottest chillies in the World are Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Trinidad Scorpion Butch T seeds, Trinidad Chocolate Scorpion, and Bhut Jolokia 

Chilli Basket of fire

Hanging Basket Chilli Basket of Fire
Fruits mature from deep purple through cream and orange and mature red, giving this plant a unique ‘Basket of Fire’ look, ideal for hanging baskets or containers.

Chocolate Bhut Jolokia
Chocolate Bhut Jolokia is believed to be a natural variant of Bhut jolokia. Selected the genuine type in successive generations. The chilli has a pungency level similar to the red/orange Bhut jolokia.

Habanero Black Stinger Chilli Seeds
Small hot habanero pods with a nutty flavour, ripen from green to dark brown. Fruits have a unique short tail or stinger similar to Trinidad Scorpions.

Trinidad Moruga Scorpion
The Worlds hottest chilli at over 2,000,000 shu, it is bred from the Trinidad Scorpion, The fruits have a nice fruit blend and due to its heat makes a nice hot fruity combination. It is advised to use this chilli with caution. The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion is easily grown from seeds but does require a long hot summer to ripen the fruits.

Trinidad Sunrise Scorpion seeds
Originating from Trinidad, the fruits grow pointing upwards, very productive plants. Fruits ripen from green through to red and are multicoloured as they ripen. As pods ripen they hang down through the weight of the fruits.

NuMex Las Cruces Cayenne seeds
A new early maturing, high heat and high yielding cayenne pepper that can be used at both green or red fruit stage.


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